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Excorpts from tho Annual lloport
and Accounts of tho Institution.
From tho reports and accounts of
tho institution for tho pastyoar filed
in tho Supremo Court, tho following
information roanling tho Lunalilo
Homo for Aged and Indigent Ha
waiians is gathered.
August 1, 18(.H, tho trustees hold:
l'roml'worv notes pern red bv
mortgage for the amount ot $i:V),807 It")
C. Drawer & Co.'s stock. . 2 1, win w
Hawaiian Government 0 percent
bonds . !),1HX) 00
Wailiiku Sugar Co. bonds . 10,000 HO
R ' $lM),7(i7 or.
Ki I.OHS over drafts . 77 711
t $lS0,tSi0 111
jS $ August 1, 1892, thoy hold:
Li Promissory notes .. . $1.11, W7 tk
r Hawaiian Government!) percent
J bonds . 1(1,110 00
. O. Brewer A Cc's stock , 1! 1,000 00
f- Wniluku Sugar Co. bonds 8,000 00
I t( Oiihu 11. A L. Co. bonds . . 10,600 00
4 . i $12,"17 IB
' ' les ovordrnlts . 814 62
Showing a unlit of $11,413.27
INCOME AMI tiWKSE.
Tho accounts show tho current in
como and expense for tho. jvir as
$ ' 1S03 2.1
Loss $ ls-0 20
Tho expenses attonding tho sale
of tho Kaalaoa land and commissions
on proceeds of that sale are not in
cluded. Tho income account is fool
ing tho effect of the lower ratos of
intorest on investments made during
1890 and 1891, and intorest has been
moro diflicult to collect this year.
But economy has been practiced and
expenses have been reduced.
In October the trust cos sold the
ahupuaa of Kaalaoa for $18,300, tho
old forty-year lease, at $250 a year
rout, having expired.
Tho trusteos have spent 5728.97
on permanent improvements at tho
Homo during tho year, as follows:
New brick building, forming n
wing to main building $'150 i 23
Two cottages for servants 1,13.2 00
Acrmotor (wind mill) 561 60
Sundry items ,130 21
Total. . . . $r,7JS 07
In introducing tho reports of tho
manager and tho physician, Hon. W.
O. Smith, managing trustee, in his
general report says: "Tho affairs at
tho Homo have been faithfully and
economically managed bv Mrs.
Forbes, and tho services rendered by
Dr. Wood have been vorj acceptable.
There has been no epidemic or mis
fortune to record. The daily aer
ago number of inmates for tho year
has been 40.01." Below is tho
Trustees or Lunalilo Home: The
year ending Jul 31, 1892. is at hand,
and tho following statement is pre
sented: Number of inmates in tho Homo,
August 1, 1891, 37.
Number received during tho j ear
from August 1, 1891, to Julv 31,
1892, 17 males 10, females 7.
Died, 10 males 7, females 3.
Discharged, 3 male 1, fomnlos 2
tho man to tho Insane Asylum on
account of insanity; one woman to
Branch Hospital and ono woman re
turned to friends.
Highest number in tho Home at
any one time, 41.
.Lowest number in tho Home at
any one time, 37.
Average daily number during tho
The manager is glad to report ex
cellent behavior on tho most part
among the inmates. Ono man has
made trouble by fault finding, and
opposition to the manager's judg
A now wing has been added to tho
west end of tho building, which
gives much needed room. If tho
Homo increases in numbers, another
one will be needed on tho oast end.
Mrs. M. J. FoRn-i,
Managor Lnnnlilo Rome.
REPORT OF TUE PHYSICIAN.
The Board of Trustees of the Lunalilo
Gentlemen: I beg to submit tho
following Medical JJoport of tho
Lunalilo Homo for tho year ending
July 31st, 1892:
Number of inmates," Aug. 1, 1891:
Male 21, Female 1(5, 37.
Number of inmates, Aug. 1, 1892:
Male 23, Female 18, 41.
Admitted during tho joar: Male
10, Fomalo 7, 17.
Discharged during tho j-oar: Male
1, Female 2, 3.
Diod during tho year: Male 7, Fo
malo 3, 10.
Of tho discharges, ono was sent
back to hor friends; ono wns sent to
Kalihi Receiving Station; and one
(the man) was sent to tho Insuno
Of tho deaths, six wore duo entire
ly to old ago, and the other four in
directly to tho sanio cause. Tho im
mediate causes of death in tho latter
wore apoplexy 2, opilopsy 1, and
fracture of the thigh 1.
Of those who died, tho youngest
was 63 and tho oldost 92 j'oars of
age. All but three wore over 70.
The number of now proscriptions
recorded during tho year was 181,
(This does not include about J bar
rel of "cough mixture")
Notwithstanding tho death rato
thoro has not been much sioknoss in
the Home. Wo havo had no epi
demic and no case of fever of a re
mittent or typhoid typo, although
the city has boon full of such oases.
Of tho present inmates throe are
between 30 and 40 years of age, three
are between 40 and 50, two aro be
tween f0 and GO, twolvo aro between
CO and 70, olovou are between 70 and
80, ten aro over 80 3'ears of ago; six
aro partially paralyzed, ton aro un
able to wuIk, seven nro entirely
blind, ono is nearly blind, ono is de
mented, and one is deformed.
Of tho whole number, eight are in
foeble condition and the remainder
aro in fairly good health considering
O. 13. Woop,
St. Androw'a Association.
Tho Sunday schoolroom of St.
Andrew's Cathedral contained n
iroodlv unthurimr yesterday ovoninir,
who wore well rewarded for their,
presence by a capital concert and
social. Captain H. W. Mist. K. N
presided, and tho business of St.
Andrew's Church Association was
promptly despatched without fuss. (
An instrumental duet of high motit
opened tho concert. Miss von Holt
on tho piano and Mr. VYrny Taylor
on tho organ. Miss Want gavo a
song so finely that another ono was
exacted by tho delighted audionco.
.Mr. Ulioraru ,1. Do lioinfoul, a visit
ing editor from Tasmania, recited
in good stylo a poem of much feel
ing by Adam Lindsay Gordon, a
poet of his country. Mr. Sheldon
Painter, introduced as a "compara
tive stranger," had two vocal num
bers down to him, in both of which
ho exhibited first rato talent. Mr. T.
Rain Walker read a highly amusing
sketch in the Lancashire dialect, the
points of which wore lost on few if
any of tho audionco, judging from
tho over recurring ripples of laugh
tor following tho reading. Mr. A.
E. Murphy gavo a tickling recitation
on how to do courting, which made
all sinilo and some blush.
Row A. Mackintosh moved a voto
of thanks both to tho entertainers
and to tho eommitteo that enlisted
them. His Excellency J. H. Wodo
house, British Commissioner, sec
onded tho motion and it passed un
animously with applause Mr. Wal
ker suggested that at those monthly
events tho audionco sliould fill up
tho front seats, as empty chairs to
talk and sing over liiauo an uncom
fortable situation for those doing
either. Mr. Mackintosh utilized tho
suggestion in behalf of church ser
vices, and recommended a new lino
of usefulness to lady members, in
keeping house occasionally for
mothers who otherwise could not
got out to church. Ice cream, cake
and a collection closed a happily
WKATimtBl.KVICE BTVTiON KT I'UNUIOIT.
Average temperature, 73..") V. Normal, 70.5.
Extreme range of temperature, 0.1 to 85.
Mean daily range, 12.fi.
Average minimum, 70..r, average maxi
Average height of barometer, :I0.04; normal,
IXiilv average range of barometer, 0.000.
Etrenie range, 29. SJ lowest, to 30.14
highest. Low pressure periods, 2nd,
l.'itli and 27th. High barometer periods,
Jth, 22nd and lilst.
Low temperature, 3rd, 10th and 30th. High
temperature, 10th to 1.1th.
Aveiage relative humidity, 72, normal,
70. Absolute humidity, 7.1 grains to
the cubic foot.
Kainfall, 2.55 inches, normal, 2.33.
Cloudiness, 37 percent, normal 12.
Wind uverage, Beaufort scale, 2.5.
Wind direction, X. to H. including E. 22
davs. E. to S. including S., 4 days. 8.
to V. inrluding W., 1 davs. W. to N.
including X., 1 day. Regular trade-
hid days 19. Xormal for October, 22.
Rain record 'days, 18. Days marked "line,"
Periods of weather disturbance, 13th, 21st
The early part of the month was excep
tionally line, as were also the last four
days. Electric phenomena occurred on the
1-4 th, 25th and Both. Snow full on tho Ha
wuii mountains on the 27th, as did also on
the 2ith of September. Heavy rain fell
throughout central Maui on the 20th, re
lieving the long drought. Splendid grow
ing weather is leported from Hilo, and
moderate rains from Humakua. Tho total
rainfall for this j ear up to date, for Hono
lulu, has been about the noimal amount.
0. J. Lyons.
In charge of Weather Servile.
Cause of Native Doorcase.
H. W. Peck in his article in the P.
O. A. of Nov. 1, 1892, says: "Tho
chief caiibo of that doorcase (Hawai
ians) is the liquor traffic." H. W.
P. is oilhor woefully ignorant or ho
has knowingly written an untruth;
aim to make such a wholesale charge
as this is as dishonest as it is con
toinptihlo. As far back as 18(53, the
late V. M. Gibson wrote an ablo
article on tho cause of the "de
crease," and if Mr. H. W. P. care to
road it, ho will find it in the March
14, 1893, Nu Hon. Mr. Peck's friends
have dono their best to ilood tho
country with Asiatics, a raco that
has and is still ruining tho natives
more than all other evils combined.
But of course his friends can do no
wrong. I must not forgot to con
gratulate tho little gentleman on
severing his connection with tho Y.
M. C. A. and in having boon appoint
ed to his old post again. Stick to
school teaching, Mr. Peck, and at
tho end of tho month you will bo
ablo to say, 1 huvo earned my salary
Two Physiological Lectures.
Thoro was .'i largo and fashionablo
audionco at tho Hawaiian Opera
Hoiibo yostorday afternoon, to listen
to Mrs. Longshoro-Polts, M. D., in
hor first lecturo to woinou only.
From some who woro present it is
learned that the lecture was well do
livored and continued a groat deal
of information calculated to bo of
supremo benefit to womankind.
Dr. J. Chas. Harrison lectin cd in
tho evening, at tho same place, to
men only. Thoro was a crowded
house. Besides tho promised physio
logical views, somo notable scenery
of tho world was .presented through
a storeopticon. Tho lecture troatod
largoly of tho errors of youth and
manhood. It seemed to take well
with the audionco as a whole.
Other lectures aro advertised in
Tub Best Plasteii. Dampen a
piece of Uaunol with Chamborlaiu's
Pain Balm and bind it on over the
seat of pain. It is hotter than any
plaster. When tho lungs aro sore
such an application on tho chest
and another on tho back, between
the shoulder blados, will often pre
vent pneumonia. There is nothing
so good for a lame back or a pain in
tho side. A sore throat can nearly
always bo cured in one nitrht bv ap
plying a ilaunol bandage dampened
with Pain Balm. 50 cent bottles for
all dealers. Benson, Smith
Agents for tho Hawaiian
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and 01 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 2Fjo, and 50c, a night; $1
aud $1.25a week.
The Season's Event !
Friday Evening, Nov. 4.
Miiunlijfli! I'iiic & Dance
(UVKN 11V THE
Healani Boat CM
For the purpon of "ccuring funds for
the tnei'tion of n NlJW
Round Trip Tickets, - $1.60
Tickets to bo had of the Members.
Sods of St Gcoio Picnic
On Saturday, Nov. 5th.
LIST OP SPOUTS:
Ua'-cball Match Combined team from
tho II. S. S. Iiostou and Alliance and a
Prizes inners, $1R; losers,
Man-of-war Ilace. Money
Hace, open to all. Money
There will be Twelve Kaces for Hoys and
Girls. Good Prices will be given.
Music by the Honolulu Quintette Club.
Trains will Leave Honolulu at 1:45, 3,
4:35, 6 and 7.
Returning will Leave the Grovo 4:15,
6:10, 0 and 11.
Dancing in the Pavilion!
Children, : :
Members of Lodge Le Proves
de l'Oceanie No, 124,
HAVK I)i:CIDKD TO GIVH A
Grand Picnic & Dance
On November 19, 1892
Tlie Nippon Yuson Kalsba's Steamship
" Yamashiro Maru"
Will leave this port for Yokohama direct
on or about
I'or particulars recurdlnir Frelirht
und I'assage, apply to
W. G. Irwin & Co., L'd.,
x.- nig ueaori lias ocen open
fug Keaorl has been opened at Wai-
kikl under the ubovy name by
Jilts. K. O.
How k, for the comfort and convenience of
thodo wislilm! to enlov u ten bath. It Is
Hituuted a little beyond the Vlllu. Traiu
caru mbs tho gate.
N. II. '-Special arraugomontB have been
made for Family I'icnlcH and Evening
Bathing. I'artles, 003-U
I I MM"1 "U" i a ill IKfcTmFTiIll
There Is a new Piuzlo out. This Inno-ecnt-looking
brain tormentor is called tho
1'ln I'ii7zle, and nn.vbody win tunica ono for
blmself ulth n bit of pnppr mid penell ami
dx pint. Hero U Hie diagram :
The object Is to stick six pins on
six of the black dots In such a man
ner that no two pins shall ho on the
same line, either horizontal, veitlwil or
Although It mnv bo dllllcult to work out
this Piwlc, still thero is no dllllci'ilty in un
derstanding or appreciating the Policies Is.
sued bv tho KQUITAJILE LIFE ASSUR
ANOE'SOOIKTY. They aro clear, business
like, concise niul simple.
BRUCE & A. J. 0ARTWR1GHT,
General Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
For SAN FRANCISCO.
T1U3 Al STLAMSHIP
' ' AUSTRALIA ' '
WILL LEAVi: HONOLULU
rou Till: AI10VK WIRT QN
Wednesday, November 9th,
Tho undersigned arc now prepared to
issue Through Tickets from this city to all
points in the United States.
Kor further particulars regarding Freight
or Passage apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
501-Gt General Agents.
Per S. S. Australia.
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
To Let or Lease.
JL niMlie 1 Koonis, cen
trally loi-ated. Inquire at
Bui lktin Oilieo. 35:j-tf
i TO LET.
llcretani.i street, op
posite Kort strict chinch
Apply to It
i i 1 1 i ii.
At Thco. J I. Davies it Co.
NYAV HOUSn OK KIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent v. 0.. etc. Commands
ono of tho finest view sin Honolulu,
to (177-tf) J. II. VI
J. II. VIVAS,
ACOTTAGi: ON NUTJANU
street, No. 1!K), bix Koonis
and a Bathroom, Outhouses,
etc.. all in uood order. Kent only $20. in
eluding water rates. Also a Cottugo in tho
rear of above, at flU. Apply at this olllce,
NIGH COTTAGE ON
Beretanla street, near
niitoi street, continuing
Parlor, '2 Bedrooms, Buth-
room, Dlniugroom, Pantry and Kitchen,
Servant's room, Currlugo House, Stable, etc.
Tramctits pass every i!U minutes. Apply at
olllce of this paper. l'jti-tf
FOB SALE or LEASE
os lutelv occu-
llr. K. Stihr. will
for sale or lease at rea
sonable nrlce or rental. The Grounds eon
tain a variety of Fruit and Ornamental
Trees. The Commodious Dwelling is well
furnished with modern improvements und
conveniences, ltoomy Barn and it i!-Kojin
Cottage for servants. For fin ther particu
lars, apply to JOHN ENA,
Olllce liitcr-Island Steam Navigation
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OFTHE
Stockholders of the Wutauae Co, held
this date, the following gentlemen wcio
duly elected to servo as ollh ers for the en-
Hon. II. A. AVideiuaun President,
Hon. G. N. Wilcox Vioo-Presldent
Hon. C. O. Berger . ... .Secretary,
A. Jaeger . .Treasurer,
J. M. Dowsett . , Auditor.
0. O. BEHGEH,
Honolulu, Oct. 31, 180.'. Wli-lw
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
'M 'IHM. a wit a i. Mi;i.vi'i wn nuinm.'
... .... .. U4& t '. .... liiu ur UU'.
xx. Jiumuula Hlieon
Jiumuula Hiieoii mutton Company
held thin day, the following Olllcerii were
eiecieu lor mo ensuing year;
August Haneberg . I'residenl,
Arinlit Ilauebuig. . Vice-1'rosident,
Kil. Huhr . Secretary & Treasurer,
Ariuiii Haucherg Auditor,
Honolulu, Oct. 31, 1W)J. Cdf-lw
GO cents a month,
P3 fi Mlw Wr td
Golden Rule Bazaar
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Paper Patterns !
FULL LINK OK
prices which wo established
commencing CASH Business.
Turkish Bath Soap, 4 Cakos 25 cts.
Farina Bouquet, 4 Cakos 25 cts.
Oatmoal Soap, 4 Cakos 25 cts.
Curly Maple, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
And Other Soaps at 3 for 25 Cents.
See our Fine Lino of
Blank Books of all Descriptions.
Base Balls, Tennis Balls, Tennis Rackets.
ttF" Call and see our Goods beforo buy
ing elsewhere. Last but not least
LAROR VARIKTV OF
Novels & Popular Bound Books,
THF. HOYAI. HAWAIIAN HOTEL CO.
Inw leaded the property holoiiKing to
A. Heibort, Eq., in Waiklki, which for
the present, will oe open to the public as
an annex of tho Hotelj and will bo known
as the "Hotel Park Annex." Besides tho
main houto there aro Three Cottages ad
mirably adapted for families:
1 The "Windmill Cottage"
looms, Kitchen and Lanai.
2 Tho "Green Cottage" containing Par
lor, 4 Bed Booms, Kitchen, Pantry, Bath
y Tho "Seaward Cottage" with 4 Good
llooms and u Dressine Koom.
All tho Cottages are well-appointed in
Furniture, Fittings, etc., and tenants will
bo ontitled to bathing privileges. The sea
bathing being unsurpassed on the Island.
The Slain Building will bo reserved for
the use of the guests of the Hotel, but it
may bo rented lor Picnics, Bathing Par
ties, Dinners and Dances, etc., forall which
purposes it oilers exceptional advantages.
A charge of Twenty-live ($23) Dollars will
be made for the use of tho House and
Grounds including Bathing, Lights, etc.;
prepayment Is required for intended use of
the Main Building and Grounds.
For further particulars application
should be mode to the Manager of the
Itoyal Hawaiian Hotel. f27-tf
Bum, 411 TELEPHONES Mutual 111
$ 0.75 Per Cord
J12.50 Per Cord
$11.00 Per Cord
.4 Foot Lengths
Sawed and Split
$13.00 Per Cord...
$15.60 Per Cord...
$17.00 Per Cord..
1 Foot Lengths
.. .Sawed and Split
Delivered to any part of Honolulu
HUSTACE & CO.
N. B. Wo guaranteo our Wood to he
bound and free from woruiH. 018-tf
Baxter Engine tS Boiler
IN GOOD WORKING OHDEH.
Kor particularrt or terms apply to
Union Gas Engine Co.
(Incorporated Muy 10, 1802.)
MANUFAOTUHKHS OF THE
Regan Vapor Engines
PACIFIC GAS ENGINES.
Horizontal & Upright,
Stationary fc Marine,
Gas it Gasoline Engines,
Pumps ,t Luunohef.
1 618-tf Bole Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
IM. G. IRWIN & CO.
offer for sale
A'.KX. CllOSh A SONS'
Celebrated High Grade Cane Manures.
Wo are nlso prepared to take orders for
CtutossrB. KT. OUlnxidt 3e Co.'s
Insuring prompt delivery.
This Is a sunerior Paint Oil, con-
sinning less pigment than Linseed Oil, and
u rtiuiuiiui iiiintuii, win-
.........I,- ..!. . . nil .
a lastimr lirlllianev to colors.
cd with driers It gives a splendid lloor
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned Beef
PARAFHNn TAINT CO.'s
Compounds, Roofing & Papers,
Reed's Patent Steam Pipe Covering.
Jarboes' Diamond; Enamel & Ever
Especially designed for Vacuum Puns.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.,
Thames and Mersey Marine Ins. Co.,
New York Life Ins. Co.,
- Assets, 5125,947,290.81.
C. 0. BERGER
General Ag ant for Hawaiian Islands.
Bicycle Hiding School.
INST1UIC1 IONS GIVEN
IDELy &c Evening.
Ladies' & Gents' Bicycles For Hire
BY THE DAY OH HOUK.
Public Skating: Monday and Saturday
evenings, fiom 7:110 to 10. Friday evening
for Ladies and their Escorts only. Hicyclu
Lossons : Tuesduy, Wednesday and Thurs
day. Bicycle Repairing Solicited.
Wm. G. Irwk & Co.
Win. G. Irwin, - President and Manager
Clans Snreckcls, ... - Vice-President
W. M. Gillard, - Secretary and Treasurer
Thco. O. Porter .-..-. Auditor
AGENTS OK THE
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OF SAN FHAN0ISOO. OAL.
G. BREWER & CO.
J. O. Carter President and Manager
G. H. Hohertson Treasurer
K. F. Bishop Secretary
W. F. Allen Auditor'
Hon. O. H. Bishop )
S. O.Allen Directors
H. yaterhouse , , )
The Best Lunch in Town.
-Tea and Coffee
AT ALL I10UI1S.
THE FINEST BRANDS QP
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND.
KC. J.. 3JTOIUTE, Prop,
TUE SAN FRANCISCO
HAS ESTA11MSHKD THli
WHICH OFFERS OPPORTUNITIES TO
The Residents of Hawaii
Kor tho Purchase of Goods In the
Markets San Francisco
We Can Buy Goods
Lower than the Lowest Market Price I
matter what you want,
Watches, Jewelry, Silvorware,
Household Articles. Fum
Musical Instruments,! Carpets,
ii instruments,! uarpets,
Groceries, Buggies, Harness,
Dress Goods, Boots, Slioes,
Wearing Apparel, Etc., Kto.,
At Astonishingly Closo Figures.
CV If you aro in fneed of anything
from this City, writo ns and we wili,quoto
you prices on it, and, if the prices suit,
you can forward us tho Cash to make the
Don't he backward about asking us con
cerning what you want."
Experienced and .Careful. Buyers
Arc in charge of this ,Department and
they are at your service.
Writo for Information I Got Aqquainted
wilii Our Methods I
We canjjave you money by exeeuting.your
Itf Addiess all communications
EXAMINER PURCHASING DEPARTMENT,
California, - U. S. A.
The undersigned having been appointed
Sole Agents lor the Hawaiian Islands
ron the ckleiibated
FROM THE WORKS OF
Burham, Williams & Co.,
Aro now propared to give Estimates and
receive Orders for, theso Engines,
of any size aud,style.
The Baldwin Locomotive .Works
ARE NOW MANUFACTURING A
STYLE OF LOCOMOTIVE
Adapted for Plantation Purposes
A number of which have recently been
received ut theso Islands, and we will have
pleasure In furnishing plantation agents
and managers with particulars of same.
The Superiority of these Locomotives
over all other makes Is known not only
hero but U acknowledged throughout tho
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Solo Agents lor the Hawaiian Islands.
THE HAWAII HOLOMUA
DAILY -AND WEEKLY
Iieading .Journals In tho Kingdom.
The ".Daily Hawaii Holamua,"
Has the largest Circulation on tho Islands
is tlie jiest .Medium for
Mk. Titos. K. Nathaniel wllLrecolvo all
advertisements und transact 1 bus(ness
Wr-OmcK: ' llrcnlg jHlock,1' cornor
Niiuauu and Queen street (upstairs).
flMIE WEEKLY UULLKTlN-r28 COI.
X. umna of Interesting Reading Matter.
IslandB,fl; walled to foreign countries, 5,
fc-r t 4